'I don't recognise Chelsea': Malouda not buying into Boehly's 'project'

'I don't recognise Chelsea': Malouda not buying into Boehly's 'project'

"Other than the colour of the shirt, I have to say no," former Chelsea player Florent Malouda said on the Obi One podcast when asked if he recognises his club.

"The club is using too many words like 'project'. Since the new ownership [came in], I don't really see any stability. There is no clarity.

"As a Chelsea fan — I am a fan — it's difficult for me to identify to what I see. It's not being harsh on them, I just don't understand. I don't think the players understand either. It hurts me when we lose because people make fun of us.

"The way things are going, I wonder if there is a project. If this is the project, how do you realise the project?

"We want to win, we want to win trophies, now explain to us how. At Chelsea, there is no time for projects, you must win now."

Chelsea are 10th in the Premier League table, already 12 points behind leaders Man City after just 12 games.

While it's clear that Todd Boehly's project is one for the future, fans clearly want to have something tangible now — but Chelsea can realistically fight only for the League Cup this season.
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